LEE SHULMAN

"I've been working as a film director for over 15 years and have always loved images that have a narrative content. I had always been a fan of colour slide photography and one day, while on Ebay, i saw a lot of 35mm Kodachrome slides for sale so i bought them. When they arrived i couldn’t believe the amazing quality i saw in these unique images. I immediately started trying to get my hands on as many slides as possible and soon realised that the value of this collective memory and its importance. These images are all completely unique, portraits of family life, often full of emotion, funny, and surprising. Little windows into our shared memories, these treasures tell the story of all our lives." 
Lee Shulman - Founder of Anonymous Project

www.anonymous-project.com
@anonymousphotoproject
 

 A photo taken in early 1960's USA Image courtesy of The Anonymous Project

A photo taken in early 1960's USA
Image courtesy of The Anonymous Project

PROUD GALLERIES

"Many Monroe fans revere the ‘Black Sitting’ as the finest pictures of Marilyn available, as well as the ultimate Monroe-Greene accomplishment. Although sexy and provocative, this photograph manages to retain a sense of innocence and youth. Over the course of four hours, Milton and stylist Joe Eula had Marilyn posing with hats, bustiers and fishnet stockings. They went a step further towards the end of the shoot, and had Marilyn pose topless while draped in black velvet. Other than the private portfolio that Milton gave Marilyn, these photographs were never released during her lifetime, and only when they appeared in Norman Mailer’s 1976 book Marilyn were they seen by the public for the first time."
‘Up Close with Marilyn: Portraits by Milton H. Greene’ at PROUD - May 11 - June 24 (2018)

www.proudonline.co.uk
@proudgalleries

 Marilyn Monroe in 'The Black Sitting' by Milton Greene (1956) © The Archives LLC / Iconic Images

Marilyn Monroe in 'The Black Sitting' by Milton Greene (1956)
© The Archives LLC / Iconic Images

TONI HALLIDAY

"The 90’s wasn’t quite as forward thinking and empowering as it pretended to be. Lips, tits, hips, power may have been the mantra but the industry was still run by some pretty unenlightened men. I don’t think I had as tough a time as some of my female friends did but inequality was very near the surface. Flippant comments weren’t necessarily jumped on and seen as taboo like they are now. Lets just say we’ve come a long way."
Toni Halliday - Musician 

www.curve.co.uk
Listen to: Curve - Horror Head

 Toni Halliday and Dean Garcia of Curve (1990's)

Toni Halliday and Dean Garcia of Curve (1990's)

NORBERT SCHOERNER

"I first went to Tokyo in 1992 on a story for the Face magazine and was instantly fascinated by the contrast between tradition, modernity, superstition and technology. It triggered something in me. I felt a deep connection to the people, their rituals and conventions, the art, the architecture... the food. In the mid 90’s I signed with an agent there, which allowed me to go back frequently, also discovering more of the country itself. That also became the foundation for an array of friendships and collaborations - which endure to this day."
Norbert Schoerner - Photographer + Director

www.dayfornight.tv
@dayfornightlab

 Comme Des Garçons SHIRT campaign by Norbert Schoerner (2012) 

Comme Des Garçons SHIRT campaign by Norbert Schoerner (2012) 

STEPHEN LANE

"There were just great films during that 70s/80s period. The Indiana Jones films, the Alien films...that whole era is what i would call the golden-era of British film making." 
Stephen Lane - Owner of Prop Store

www.propstore.com
@prop_store

 Jules Winnfield’s (Samuel L Jackson’s) Bad Mother Fucker Wallet from ‘Pulp Fiction’ (1994) Image courtesy of Prop Store London

Jules Winnfield’s (Samuel L Jackson’s) Bad Mother Fucker Wallet from ‘Pulp Fiction’ (1994)
Image courtesy of Prop Store London

SCOTT KING

"I think people love austere seriousness in art, that's what they pay you for. I keep trying to not do comedy - it really doesn't work in the art world. But I can't stop myself..." 
Scott King - Artist 

www.scottking.co.uk
@scottkingstudio

 'How I'd sink American Vogue' by Scott King (2006)

'How I'd sink American Vogue' by Scott King (2006)

ANNIE KEVANS

"I think it’s wonderful that Jean Paul Gaultier is able to honour his muses and their creativity which has inspired his own. I think we’ve all been influenced by Jean Paul Gaultier’s ideas, from his celebration of the unusual to his subverting of the familiar. The strong social message in his work is very inspiring to create works that reflect society and celebrate different types of beauty, without following the fixed standards of beauty presented by the fashion industry - all genders, body sizes, skin colours, religions and ages are included in his world.”
Annie Kevans - Artist

www.anniekevans.com
@anniekevans

 Tim Curry as Dr. Frank-N-Furter, by Annie Kevans for 'The Muses of Jean Paul Gaultier' (2014)

Tim Curry as Dr. Frank-N-Furter, by Annie Kevans for 'The Muses of Jean Paul Gaultier' (2014)

DUGGIE FIELDS

"By the early 1970’s I found myself sharing a flat with founder of Pink Floyd, Syd Barrett - the home/studio I’ve occupied on my own ever since. A 1960’s conversion of an Edwardian Mansion flat, there are piles of paintings stacked as well as displayed on walls. Through the years here I’ve walked miles to wash a paintbrush, the sink being in the kitchen at the furthest point away from my studio... It’s a space that reflects taste and time. I can’t think of any reason I’d want to leave."
Duggie Felds - Artist

www.duggiefields.com
@duggiefields

 British artist Duggie Fields photographed at his home and studio in Earls Court, London (1974) Photo: Oberto Gili for 'Casa Vogue', Italy

British artist Duggie Fields photographed at his home and studio in Earls Court, London (1974)
Photo: Oberto Gili for 'Casa Vogue', Italy

ANELLO & DAVIDE

“In the 1960s we designed and made a style of boot which became arguably our most famous shoe - for our most famous customers - the Fab Four. The 'Beatle Boot' created queues of Mods outside the Drury Lane shop, and has been in popular demand ever since.”
Anello & Davide - Shoe Designers

www.handmadeshoes.co.uk
Watch: The Beatle Boot (in action)

 Customers queuing for the iconic 'Beatle boot' at Anello & Davide (1961)

Customers queuing for the iconic 'Beatle boot' at Anello & Davide (1961)

BRIAN SANDERS

"Stanley Kubrick commissioned me to draw on set two or three days a week to prepare a portfolio on the making of '2001 a Space Odyssey'. I also worked, from information gained, to produce larger pieces back at my studio in Soho. The piece chosen is acrylic on canvas four feet wide. It features Kubrick (in blue jacket) with his camera crew. The balding man is cameraman Geoff Unsworth who directed a number of Stanley’s films. The actor in the rotating camera tube is Kier Dulea..."
Brian Sanders - Illustrator

Blog: The Art Of Brian Sanders
Watch: 2001 A Space Odyssey (Trailer)

 Behind-the-scenes of Kubrick's '2001: A Space Odyssey' by illustrator Brian Sanders (1968)

Behind-the-scenes of Kubrick's '2001: A Space Odyssey' by illustrator Brian Sanders (1968)

DAVID CUNNINGHAM

"There's not much of a story behind Mina's drawing, she gave it to me for my birthday when she was 5 and I was 55. Despite all those years at art school I'm so sadly lacking in visual sensibility that having a 5 year old responsible for the front of my website seems appropriate."
David Cunningham - Musician

www.stalk.net
Listen to: The Flying Lizards - Sex Machine

 'Mina's Drawing' for musician David Cunningham's personal website

'Mina's Drawing' for musician David Cunningham's personal website

TOM ELLIOT

“And then there was the primeval forest itself: a thing of glory and terror. Von Bricken had never seen anything like it. Where were the beech trees? For there was everything else: ash, aspen, maple, oak, linden, willow, birch, elm, hornbeams and spindle trees, pine and fir, all growing in a crazed jumble, amidst a vast botanical charnel house of rotting trunks, roots and limbs. The irregularity was dreadful, sublime, perfect.’ 
Simon Schama - 'Landscape and Memory' (1995)

www.tomelliot.co.uk
@tomelliot1

 'Forest' by artist Tom Elliot

'Forest' by artist Tom Elliot